Premiere Pro is about to make it easier to manage and organize your projects and share them with the members of your team. Productions a new feature set coming soon to Premiere Pro. Productions provides new tools for managing projects, sharing assets between them, aimed both at your solo projects and those on which you work with a team.
Here is, in brief, what the new Productions panel will offer:
Managing larger projects: first of all, Productions allows you to divide large or complex projects into smaller chunks. For example, you can divide a film into reels or scenes, or group episodic shows into seasons.
Organized and synchronized: Productions allows you to reference media across projects, which means that you can re-use assets within your Production without creating duplicates. This helps you keep individual projects light and fast. The new Production panel in Premiere Pro makes it easier to manage multi-project and keep everything in sync on multiple devices.
Designed for collaboration: using shared local storage, multiple editors can work on different projects in the same Production. Project Locking features ensures that no one overwrites your work. It allows your colleagues to access your project and copy content from it, but they can’t make changes until you’ve completed your edit.
All projects in a Production share the same settings, including scratch disks. This means that preview files rendered by one editor are available for all editors who use that project. You also get a bird’s eye view of all your projects, so you can see who is working on what and you can track the progress of the project.
Security- you control your media: Productions gives you full control of your content. Your projects and assets can live entirely on your local storage and nothing is on the cloud unless you put it there. If needed, you can do all your work without an internet connection.
According to Adobe, the new Productions panel is coming soon to Premiere Pro. We don’t know exactly how soon, but I believe that it will be within the next few months. In the meantime, if you’d like to learn more, make sure to visit Adobe Blog.